Android 6.0 Mashmallow Updates for Samsung Galaxy J5, Blackberry Priv Now Available
Samsung launched the Galaxy J5 in June 2015 with Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box. And now the device will be getting the Android’s latest iteration, Android 6.0 Marshmallow.Advertisement
The update came as a surprise to many because the device was not initially expected to get the latest Android version. And now, fans are expecting more surprising updates to other devices that are at par with the J5.
Interestingly, Indian users will be the first to get the Android M update on Galaxy J5 device. The one-year-old device will get the installation file weighing just 874MB. It goes without saying that users will have to connect to a wireless network and download it without using mobile data.
The update carries a build number J500FXXU1BPF4 and a new TouchWiz, as per the official changelog. Android users can expect enhanced usability and better interface, SamMobile reported.
Neurogadget noted that a “new vibration pattern concept” and an advanced power mode are incorporated along with new Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Google has included new features such as Doze Mode and App Standby. Reports suggest that these new features would improve the battery life and enhance Google Now on Tap features.
Samsung Galaxy J5 sports a 5-inch screen, offering a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels at 294ppi. The said device is powered by a Qualcomm MSM8916 Snapdragon 410 and is paired with quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53 processor and 1.5 GB RAM.
Meanwhile, most BlackBerry Priv devices will also be allowed to update their smartphones to Android 6.0 M. The initial update started rolling out in April but were only made available for unlocked devices, Neurogadget noted.
According to the report, T-Mobile version of the Blackberry Priv will receive an over-the-air update in the coming days. Before the downloading the the Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which has build number AAE153, users will be required to connect to a wireless network and battery should be more than 50 percent charged.
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